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Dr. Nev -
I have always been a fan of Steve Reich. So wonderful to hear a live interpretation of some of his work.
"The modern day composer refuses to die." - Edgar Varese.
Subject: Great! but where's the download?
Steve Reich live! good sound quality, amazing music, but why only "stream"?? Where's the "Download" feature?
Subject: important document
at the very least, it is fascinating to be able to compare live performances of "4 organs", "piano phases" and "phase patterns" with the original recordings. "my name is" is a piece constructed in the style of "it's gonna rain" and "come out", albeit not as dense or complex. constructed from recording assorted persons waiting in line for the concert, people were requested to respond to the question, "what is your name?", and selections were constructed and presented as a performance in time for the concert. not as interesting ss "come out", but impressive for the quick turn-around time for performance. sound: A/performance: A.
- d. whitney quinn
Subject: Steve Reich at UCB
I have to admit, it is amazing to hear myself announce the program 33 years later. Thanks to the OM staff for resurrecting this tape and making it available. You have to remember that at that time nothing like this had been heard on Bay Area FM radio. I had attended an early performance of 4 Organs in 1967 (I think) at an art gallery on Laguardia Place in Greenwich Village, and was quite astounded by it then. No one knew what to make of it. Reich and others managed to establish the "Downtown Avant-Garde" in NYC, in opposition to the Uptown AG around Columbia Univ and Milton Babbitt. The pieces on this UCB program drew a clear line in the sand, and changed the direction of new music in the late '60s and '70s.
-- Richard Friedman, Oakland CA.